Today’s offering for “Win a Book Wednesday” is a chance to win a Kindle download of my just released The Valentine Veilleux Mysteries, a collection of three short stories and a novella featuring a traveling calendar photographer as the amateur detective. Val previously appeared in The Scottie Barked at Midnight (Liss MacCrimmon #9) and in Clause & Effect (Deadly Edits #2).
In order to win, leave a comment below. The winner will be notified by email and announced in this coming Saturday’s Weekend Update. Your e-book will be delivered as a Kindle “gift” from “S. Emerson.”
For those interested in the print edition, I don’t yet have author copies, but here’s a link to the best deal so far: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-valentine-veilleux-mysteries-kathy-lynn-emerson/1140405094?ean=9798201743017 It should be available elsewhere at the same price shortly, although those “supply chain delays” may come into play. Amazon currently has only the more expensive Book Depository listed in sellers but you can pre-order with Prime. Your local independent bookseller and your local library can also order copies. The e-book edition, at $5.99, is currently available in Kindle, iBook, Nook, Kobo, and other formats.
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Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett has had sixty-four books traditionally published and has self published several children’s books, three works of nonfiction, and a collection of short fiction. She won the Agatha Award and was an Anthony and Macavity finalist for best mystery nonfiction of 2008 for How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries and was an Agatha Award finalist in 2015 in the best mystery short story category. She was the Malice Domestic Guest of Honor in 2014. Her most recent books are The Valentine Veilleux Mysteries, written as Kaitlyn, and I Kill People for a Living: A Collection of Essays by a Writer of Cozy Mysteries. She maintains websites at www.KaitlynDunnett.com and www.KathyLynnEmerson.com. A third, at A Who’s Who of Tudor Women, is the gateway to over 2300 mini-biographies of sixteenth-century Englishwomen, now available in e-book format.
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